Hua Tai Hotel

Address: No.251 Weibuo Road, Guangrao County, Shandong, 257335, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.251 Weibuo Road, Guangrao County.
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    Travel Blogs from Guangrao County

    Hello Teacher!!!

    A travel blog entry by jessicarombouts on Sep 06, 2015

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    ... us, and thanked
    us for teaching their kids English. A few parents asked for us to take pictures
    with their children but the best one was when a mother asked her daughter to
    take a picture of me and her… she held my hand while we took the photo it was
    really cute. We also received our timetables for which classes we will be
    teaching. I will be teaching grades three and five.., with some random classes
    of grade 4 and 6. Out of all three of us I got ...

    A wild Chinese man appears?

    A travel blog entry by jessicarombouts on Sep 01, 2015

    ... us to work out that he was a teacher and tell him where we were all from but other than that there was a lot of silence and a lot of translation attempts. Thankfully by this point, our teacher advisor Alina came in (looking very confused about how this man got into our apartment) and was able to translate for us. Apparently his family lived in this building and he knew the interns who lived in the apartment before us and thought he would come for a chat. ...

    A little something about life so far

    A travel blog entry by wayneclough on Nov 19, 2014

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    ... a meal which is very refreshing. Stale food is very popular in China and I know what you are thinking as I have had that same thought many a time, whilst walking in the streets you may be greeted with the most unpleasant smell of stinky tofu which is very popular in China. Living in a small town it took some time getting used to the constant staring or the not so subtle whispering of “lowaai” which translated means foreigner . The constant bombarding of people asking to ...

    Afternoon Tea

    A travel blog entry by chelshee on May 25, 2011

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    ... t observe this same liking, because cold drinks are few and far between here. They like to drink warm drinks, no matter what meal and no matter what weather. Sure it may be 80 degrees outside, but doggone it the Chinese are drinking hot water and hot tea!

    In an earlier post I mentioned my stay with Chen Min's auntie and my lesson on properly serving Chinese tea. Well, on Saturday this same Auntie invited us to return to Zibo ...

    The Home Stay

    A travel blog entry by chelshee on May 22, 2011

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    ... than others in China and the house really reflected that. The walls, ceiling, and light fixtures were adorned with matching designs that complimented the heavy wooden, traditional furniture in the dining and living room areas. The walls were decorated with tasteful traditional accents, and the shelves as well. Definitely the number one on my list of nicest Chinese homes visited!

    That night, a lot of Chen Min's family joined ...